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This week’s Top Five Tuesday topic is Top 5 Books I Will Definitely Read in 2022! Since there are so many books that I’m telling myself that I will definitely read this year, I’m going to narrow this post down by focusing on five middle-grade titles that I want to get to.
Inkheart by Cornelia Funke – The first middle-grade book I want to get to in 2022 is a reread. I read Inkheart and Inkspell in elementary school, and I’ve wanted to reread this series for a few years now. I don’t remember very much about this story, but I remember absolutely loving it, and it is a world that I’m hoping I can revisit this year.
Rainbow Grey by Laura Ellen Anderson – The next middle-grade book I want to get to this year is Rainbow Grey. This was a cover buy for me because I thought the Waterstone exclusive edition was too pretty not to buy. I don’t know much about this book, but I do know that it has a bright and colourful cover, features characters with weather powers, and has a cloud cat in it.
Gargantis by Thomas Taylor – Up next on my list is Gargantis! I read Malamander last year, and I loved everything about it. I thought the setting was memorable and a lot of fun. I’m looking forward to seeing what adventures Herbie and Violet get up to in this next adventure on Eerie-on-Sea.
The Strangeworlds Travel Agency by L.D. Lapinski – The concept behind this book sounds like so much fun, and I’m looking forward to reading it this year. The idea of suitcases transporting the characters to different magical worlds sounds like such a blast, and I’m excited to see how the magic works in these books.
The Highland Falcon Thief by M.G. Leonard and Sam Sedgman – This is another middle-grade book that just sounds like a lot of fun. This book is the first book in the Adventures on Trains series, which is such a great name for a series. It looks like this book features a crime that takes place on the train, and excited to read it this year.
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